How To Create A Dropdown Menu For Your Donate Button Implementation

For nonprofits managing a large number of specified funds, an implementation utilizing multiple donation buttons tied to individual funds can be too complicated of an option for clean web design. With this in mind, when the fraternity Phi Kappa Tau asked for a more streamlined system to manage donations for all of their chapters, our developers jumped at the chance to design a more holistic donation system.

Using a framework of dropdown menus and buttons with forced designations, Phi Kappa Tau is able to keep track of which donations go to which chapter or program and streamline reporting while making sure the donor experience is quick and effortless. 

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Using our button builder, you can now quickly create dropdowns without having to manipulate a lot of code. 

In the left-hand menu, click on the icon that looks like a credit card. The words Donate Button will appear next to it when the menu pops out. 

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Click on the Guided tab in the top right of the screen and click on Designations. Click on the option for multiple designations, and type in the names of your funds (you can add up to 20) or programs into the available fields as well as a custom prompt to appear at the top of the form. 

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Each of your designations will be listed on the dropdown, optimized for the web and for mobile devices. 

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If you have any questions, need help, or encounter a bug during your implementation, please send us an email at support@commitchange.com. You can also contact us to implement your dropdown system for you.